Paddling Excursion A guided, one-time, one-hour paddle lets you enjoy the tranquil polar surroundings from an intimate perspective. Just imagine yourself gliding along on a stable, sit-on-top kayak, totally at one with the water. *No experience required.
Sea Kayaking Kayaking along the rugged coastlines and through the calm bays with an experienced guide is one of the most inspiring ways to explore pristine Antarctica. Guests in the sea kayaking program typically paddle multiple times during their expedition. *Some experience required.
Stand-Up Paddleboarding Part surfing, part paddling, this water sport is an intimate way to experience Antarctica from the unique vantage point of the water. Not only is it a great way to breathe in the fresh sea air, it is also a great core workout. *On Ultramarine and World Explorer voyages only. No experience required.
Camping It may sound unbelievable, but camping overnight on the 7th Continent is absolutely wonderful—snug in your warm, water- resistant and breathable bivy under the dim glow of a polar sky with an intimate group of campers. *No experience required.
Exclusive Heli-Landing With a small group of fellow guests and expert guides, you’ll board one of Ultramarine ’s two twin-engine helicopters to soar off to an exclusive polar site where no ships can navigate. You’ll have time to relax and quietly reflect on the beauty of your polar surroundings, after which you’ll be picked up by the helicopters in the same location and returned to the ship. *On Ultramarine voyages only.
Alpine Heli-Trekking You’ll be part of an intimate group of adventurers to board one of Ultramarine 's two twin-engine helicopters for a trekking excursion in an area only safely accessed by air. On land, during an invigorating walk, hike or snowshoe trek, you’ll be able to marvel at the overwhelming beauty of the Antarctic. *On Ultramarine voyages only.
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